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  1. Hello! Sorry for my English. There is a problem when importing models (m4a1-s, ak47, Glock, etc.). Cannot draw on the model due to invisible elements. I read the forum (LINK) - they fixed it through Blender. How to do it? Without affecting UV or 3DCoat itself. Thx all <3
  2. Hey, i´ve recently got the 3DCoat modding tool form the steam store. I made a skin for CS today but when I upload it to the workbench in CS:GO it doesnt show everything. Is there any way to change that? I included some pics
  3. I recently installed the 3D Coat Modding program after trying out the original 3D Coat program, and was wondering if there is a way to select specific regions and paint only within that selection. For example, in Photoshop, I can use the pen, lasso, or even a shape marquee to select a region for active editing only. This is a draft but I was wondering if, and how I could precisely select and color in the rings within the handguard; I sketched the design intent roughly to better explain the region. Also, as you can see in the third image, it highlights the upper and lower handguard assembly as a whole.
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